Overwatch 2 One Punch Man skins

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The whimsical world of One Punch Man has once again graced the action-packed universe of Overwatch 2. Although various collaboration have already graced Blizzard’s FPS title before, none have arguably been as hard-hitting as this anime crossover.

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Followers of the popular animated series will surely recognize most of the iconic characters that have been included. Since fans have already been given a look at the Saitama Doomfist cosmetic, they may now also be wondering what other skins are purchasable throughout the course of the event. Luckily, we’re here to provide you with a list of all the skins available during the event.

All One Punch Man skins in Overwatch 2

These are the following skins that can be purchased during the Overwatch 2 One Punch Man collaborative event:

  • Saitama Doomfist
  • Genos Genji
  • Terrible Tornado Kiriko
  • Mumen Rider Soldier 76

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The first three skins listed above for Doomfist, Genji, and Kiriko can only be acquired by purchasing it through the in-game shop using Overwatch Coins. Each of them can be bought separately, with the Saitama cosmetic costing the most at 2,500 Coins. If you decide to purchase it, however, you’ll be able to get the Training Regimen emote, the One Hundred Push-ups voice line, the Saitama Punch highlight intro, and the Saitama name card along with the Legendary skin.

On the other hand, the Genos and Terrible Tornado cosmetics are relatively cheaper as they cost 1,900 and 2,100 Coins respectively. Of course, this means that these bundles contain less items than that of the Saitama set.

If you’re a huge fan of the anime and the collaboration, you’ll be able to buy the One Punch Man Mega Bundle instead. This set is priced at 4,400 Overwatch Coins at the time of writing and contains all three of the previously mentioned skins. Unfortunately, it doesn’t include any of the emotes, voice lines, or accessories that come with the individual bundles.

Those that don’t want to spend will still be able to participate as the Mumen Rider skin is obtainable by simply playing and completing challenges throughout the event.

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